“Remember this my dear angel, true devotion to my Immaculate Heart is interior, that is it comes only from within your heart and is cultivated in the soul. In the perfection of the consecration is a childlike confidence in me, your Mother.
This confidence makes your soul seek all recourse in my Immaculate Heart with much simplicity, trust and tenderness. You shall implore me at all times, in all places and above all things—in your doubts that you may be enlightened, in your wanderings that you may be brought back onto the correct path, in your temptations that you may be supported, in your weakness that you may be strengthened, in every fall that I may lift you up, in each discouragement that I may console you, in the crosses, toils, and tribulations of life that I may embrace you with courage to accept and endure.
These moments are given through the deep love in my heart for you. Come my dear one, gather in the grace from heaven. Open your heart and allow the Holy spirit to fill and penetrate you fully. Stretch out your hands and expose your heart to the desires of His majestic touch.” 3-6-93
In the center of the reign of their two hearts is the divine act of redemption. This act is the only purpose of the joining together of their own unity.
When the Holy Spirit comes within the heart. He comes as the divine unifier. Thus when the attraction comes together in our own heart, the two hearts of Jesus and Mary are united and the union of them brings the act of redemption and co-redemption. This is the true purpose of the consecration.
The consecration is to prepare the heart to receive Jesus through the Holy Spirit, and in this same movement, it brings together the co-redemptive powers of Jesus and Mary. This is what causes the soul to be fruitful. In the unity of the two hearts comes the union with our own hearts; a very special unity of three is created.
Let us understand what is meant by solitude of the heart. It consists of expelling from the soul, every affection that is not for God alone and by seeking nothing in all our actions but to please His Sacred Heart. In essence, solitude of the heart implies that you can say with sincerity. “myGod. I wish for you alone and for nothing else.” We should remain detached from all things, seeking Him alone, and we will find His heart in abundance. God cannot be sought not found if He is not known by the soul. The heart, occupied with affections of the world, cannot reflect His divine light purely. The soul who wishes to see God must remove the world. The soul who wishes to unite itself with God, must retire into an open heart— a heart singly focused on Him.
O’Immaculate Heart of Mary, guide my heart to find only God in all things and above all things, and to rest only when it has found this solitude. Grant that in my consecration, my heart shall seek its solitude in the quiet of His peace. May the fire of the Holy Spirit burn all affections for the world from its depths. O’ Mary, my Mother and my refuge, obtain for me the grace of a solitary heart.
The Apostles’ Creed
I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven
and earth; and in Jesus Christ, His only Son, Our Lord;
who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin
Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died
and was buried; He descended on the hell, the third day
He arose from the dead; He ascended into heaven, sits at
the right hand of God, the Father Almighty; from thence
he shall come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in
the Holy Spirit, the Holy Catholic Church, the communion
of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the
body, and life everlasting. Amen.
My Queen, my Mother,
I give myself entirely to thee,
and to show my devotion to thee,
I consecrate to thee this day,
my eyes, my ears, my mouth, my heart,
my whole being without reserve.
Wherefore good mother, as I am thine own,
Keep me, guard me as thy property and possession.
V. The Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary
R. And she conceived of the Holy Spirit
V. Behold the handmaid of the Lord
R. Be it done unto me according to Thy Word
V. And the Word was made flesh
R. And dwelt among us.
V. Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God
R. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.
V. Let us pray.
R. Pour forth we beseech Thee O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts, that we to whom the Incarnation of Christ, Thy Son, was made known by the message of an angel, may by His passion and cross be brought to the glory of His resurrection, through the same Christ, Our Lord. Amen.
For the Virtue of Faith
- The Lord’s Prayer
- The Glory Be
- Prayer to the Holy Spirit
Come Holy Spirit, enlighten my heart, to see the things which are of God; Come Holy Spirit, into my mind, that I may know the things that are of God; Come Holy Spirit, into my soul, that I belong only to God. Sanctify all
that I think, say and do, that all will be for the glory of God. Amen. 12-23-91
Repeat prayers 1, 2 and 3 each time for the Hope, Charity, Humility, Patience, Perseverance, and Obedience.
“O’ Maria transform my heart unto thine,
Place around it a wreath of purity, adorned in virtue.
Take my heart, dear Mother, consecrated as your own.
Present it to God Father as an offering from me to you.
Help me O’ Maria in each day to make your heart more known.” 3-19-93
As we say this prayer given to us by Our Lady, may our hearts be opened to recognize and accept the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and may we step forward confidently in this battle for the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart. We are
called to become a reflection of Christ – a reflection of the face of God that all may be drawn to – so that His glory may be magnified through our lives.
“My dear children, you bring my Jesus such joy today. I pass to you all a great blessing from God. He desires to create in His children, unity and glory to His Name.” 6-7-92
“Spirit of Christ, stir me; Spirit of Christ, move me; Spirit of Christ, fill me; Spirit of Christ, seal me. Consecrate in me Your heart and will O Heavenly Father. Create in me a fountain of virtues. Seal my soul as Your own, that your reflection in me may be a light for all to see. Amen.” 6-7-92